Obviously, there are people out there who do believe that gambling offers something for nothing, and we should all join with the likeable Hattersley in trying to disabuse them of
the notion, for they will surely end up losing.
But the voters in coal-producing states such as West Virginia interpret the candidates' rhetoric as an endorsement of increased mining and burning of coal using existing processes that are anything but clean, and Obama and McCain have done nothing to disabuse them of
Being charged by Delgadillo should disabuse them of
If anyone still thinks there is some cosy cartel at the top of the supermarket sector rigging the market, a quick perusal of the Competition Commission's Safeway report will disabuse them of
It's high time that the Canadian bishops disabuse them of
I wanted to disabuse them of
their expectations and, yet, to serve them finally with an emotional expression.
The negotiations over Valley cityhood aren't doing much to disabuse them of